When I.P. is not I.P.

October 26, 2018

Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has been under attack from Australia's Meat and Livestock Association (MLA) over his use of the word "Lambassador" on one of his Facebook posts, promoting the new Conservative Party TV commercial.

After the Facebook post appeared, Senator Bernardi received a threatening letter from MLA ordering him to "cease and desist" from using the word "Lambassador" which it claimed was MLA's intellectual property (I.P.).

Senator Bernardi had done his homework and had already determined that MLA didn't own the I.P. over the word and told Paul Murray Live on Sky News about the bizarre legal exchange.

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